Act 5 Scene 1: The plains of Philippi in Greece Antony and Octavius enter the battle field with their army. Brutus and Cassius enter with their forces. the four leaders meet but they only exchange insults and taunts. Antony and Octavius leave to prepare for battle. Cassius expresses his fears to Messala. Finally, Brutus and Cassius say their final farewells, in case they should die in battle.
Act 5 Scene 1: The plains of Philippi in Greece Cassius expresses his fears to Messala. Finally, Brutus and Cassius say their final farewells, in case they should die in battle.
Act 5 Scene 2: The Battlefield Brutus sends Messala with orders for the forces across the field.
Act 5 Scene 3: Another part of the battlefield Cassius retreats, losing the battle to Antony's forces. He then believes that his second in command is captured and killed. Completely discouraged, Cassius asks Pindarusto kill him.Brutus and others arrive, having defeated Octavius' army. Brutus morns the two, but also looks to a second battle with his enemies.
Act 5 Scene 4: Another part of the battlefield during the battle, Young Cato is killed, and Lucilius is taken prisoner. Brought to Antony, Lucilius insists that Brutus will never be taken alive.
Act 5 Scene 5: Another part of the battlefield facing defeat, Brutus' forces rest. Brutus feels that all is lost. He asks three men to kill him, but each refuses. finally, Strato agrees to hold hte sword as Brutus kills himself on it. Antony, Octavius and others arrive. Antony mourns Brutus, calling him the "noblest Roman." Octavius promises him a noble funeral as the play ends.